PriceTurtle is an adware program that belongs to the Shopmania family and acts like Pricerocket, Dealicious, and Pricewagon. You should not trust any application that is a part of this family because Shopmania applications simply show advertisements, pop-ups, and coupons instead of helping you to shop at online stores. PriceTurtle is no exception: It will start displaying ads if you install it on your computer. At first sight, it might seem that the ads are rather interesting; however, the truth is that they might not allow you to surf the Internet freely and might even take you to unreliable websites that contain malware. We think that your system’s security is an important matter for you, so we have prepared the removal instructions that will help you to remove PriceTurtle very easily.
Even though PriceTurtle promises to improve your shopping experience, the truth is that it will simply show various commercial advertisements on your screen. According to our security experts, you will undoubtedly see various coupons if you surf the online stores. It might seem that these coupons can help you to buy the item for a cheaper price; however, we do not recommend trusting them because you will never know where you will be taken after clicking on any of them.
According to our security experts, there is a large possibility that PriceTurtle collects information about user’s shopping and Internet browsing habits. Luckily, this information is only used to show commercial advertisements, and it does not seem that personal details can be extracted from the gathered data. If you still do not like how PriceTurtle acts, you should know that you can remove this program from the system anytime and stop its suspicious activities. Do not forget that there are hundreds of other adware programs on the Internet and that they might enter your system, so you should be very careful and definitely install an antimalware tool on the system.
Luckily, it is possible to remove PriceTurtle via Control Panel. Those computer users who have never tried doing that can simply use our manual removal instructions (you will find them below this article) or they can scan their computers with a trustworthy security tool, such as SpyHunter. We cannot keep you from using other antimalware tools, but you should know that there are plenty of unreliable ones on the Internet. It is not so easy to recognize them, so we suggest that you find out whether the tool is reliable prior to the installation.
Windows 7 and Vista